Ebola Survivors Sometimes Face Stigma When Returning Home

New York Times: Surviving Ebola, but Untouchable Back Home
“…Here in the Ebola zone, the world is divided in three: the living, the dead, and those caught in between. For those lucky enough to survive, coming home is another struggle entirely. … When they go home, some are greeted warmly, with hugs and dancing. But others … feel a chill of wariness, or worse. In some places, health workers said, the neighbors flee…” (Nossiter, 8/18).

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